It’s Arthritis Awareness Month – Manage Your Pain with These Tips

Find out how to manage your pain during Arthritis Awareness Month. It’s Arthritis Awareness Month. When it comes to your health, it’s important to take good care of yourself. Eat a well-balanced diet, get plenty of sleep, and manage any health issues efficiently. When it comes to your arthritis, self-management can help you keep your pain under control. Find out what you need to know about Read More

Senior-Friendly Activities to Help You Celebrate Mother’s Day

Celebrate Mother’s Day and spend the day with your mom with these senior-friendly activities. Mother’s Day is here and it’s time to celebrate your mom. From taking care of you as a kid to giving you the best advice, your mom has always been there for you. Show your mom how much you appreciate all the things she does for you. Check out these senior-friendly ways to celebrate Mother’s Day. Spend Read More

Medicare Part B: The Basics

Medicare Part B is the medical insurance portion of Original Medicare, which is administered by the Federal government. Medicare Part B covers medically necessary services and supplies to treat Medicare approved conditions. It covers treatment and many preventive services. Medicare Part B helps pay the bills for the care you receive from a doctor in a clinic or hospital as an outpatient. Read More

Recovering from a Stroke

A stroke can be the cause of temporary or permanent paralysis on one side of the body and recovery can be difficult.  A stroke occurs when the brain is deprived of oxygen which causes temporary or permanent paralysis on one side of the body. It can affect balance, vision, speech, memory, and cognitive ability. It can cause other complications like pain and muscle spasms. For these reasons, people Read More

Retirement for Those Born in 1955 or After

Retirement for Those Born in 1955 or After Full retirement used to be age 65. Not so anymore. Starting in 1983, Congress passed amendments that included raising the full retirement age incrementally for those born after 1938. So, for those of you born between 1943-1954, your full retirement age is now 66. You can retire as early as age 62, but you won’t receive your full benefits. Given the Read More

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